Los Angeles - Lamar Odom has been invited back to the brothel where he almost died.
The former LA Lakers player collapsed at the Love Ranch in Nevada last year following an alcohol and drugs binge and owner Dennis Hof has offered him a complimentary stay, insisting that there is a strict no drugs policy in place.
He told TMZ: "First night and 2 girls are on me ... plus all the Remy Martin you can drink.
"Don't forget, the people who work here are the people who saved his life. We truly care about him."
Dennis' offer is surprising as he previously threatened Lamar, 36, with a lawsuit for not paying his $75k bill after his four-day drink and drug-fuelled binge led to his collapse.
He said: "I'm getting a lot of questions from Lamar's accountants. They're requesting the credit card slips and asking, 'Did he sign them?' I sent them his driver's license, the slips, some other stuff.
"I have no problem filing against her or him. Khloe, she's the wife. They're responsible for their debts. Why are they calling me? They need to do the right thing and pay."
And Lamar's estranged wife Khloe, who has cared for him since his ordeal, previously slammed "publicity seeking" Dennis for giving interviews while Lamar was in hospital.
Khloe's publicist said: "We reached out to Dennis politely asking him to respect Lamar's (and Khloe's) privacy during this difficult time and refrain from talking to the press.
"This is a very painful situation, as I know you are aware, and the idea that anyone would use it to seek publicity is really sad."
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